Academia Digs Into Data Through Industry Partnerships

Firms are pushing their university programs past the traditional internship structure, embedding students and researchers to work on current use cases to deliver solutions to real-life problems. Jamie Hyman reports.

Technology is radically changing the way we learn. 

There is evidence that the rapid evolution of how humans interact with technology is rewiring our brains. In 2015, Microsoft researchers in Canada surveyed 2,000 participants and studied the brain activity of 112 others using electroencephalograms. “Tech adoption and social media usage are training consumers to become better at processing and encoding information through short bursts of high attention,” the report said, and researchers also

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